Apologies if this question is very simple I performed an experiment where I would shine my toy laser at the mirror and it would be reflected.
Now here is what I tried:
I could see my laser toy , I inferred that If I could see it then external Light source must come and hit it such that it falls on the mirror and mirror reflects it back to my eye. So If I shine the laser light on the mirror in the place where my actual laser toy is I could get the laser to be reflected towards my eye.
Hence when I had my two eyes to be open light from laser toy fell on my right eye which I felt was strange. I expected the light to be in the middle because we have both eyes and the light hitting both eyes I thought would average out.
Then I closed my left eye and I could see that It fell on my right eye If I pointed the light where my eyes could see the laser.
I closed my right eye and I could make the light fall on my left eye!
So I had some questions here: Why is it so that the images we see are inferred from the right eye for me , If we can also get images from the left eye why is right eye's image is taken to be the overall image? What is the use of left eye in this case ?